How To Remove Stains & Marks on Carpet Floors 2019-01-29T04:17:06+00:00

How To Remove Stains & Marks on Carpet Floors

FOR EASY STAIN REMOVAL, SIMPLY FOLLOW THE INDICATED SEQUENCES AS DIRECTED BELOW:

ADry cleaning solvent – press dry – detergent* – press dry lukewarm water – press dry
BDetergent* – press dry – vinegar* – press dry – detergent* – press dry – lukewarm water – press dry
CDetergent* – press dry – ammonia* – press dry – detergent* – press dry – lukewarm water – press dry. For blood, use cold water
DDetergent* – press dry – ammonia* – press dry – vinegar* – press dry – detergent* – press dry – lukewarm water – press dry
EDetergent* – press dry – white vinegar* – press dry – ammonia* – press dry – lukewarm water – press dry
FFreeze with ice cube – break into pieces – vacuum – dry cleaning solvent – press dry – repeat if necessary
GNail polish remover (non oily) – press dry with plain white paper towelling
HBaking soda – scrape and vacuum – detergent* – press dry – ammonia* – press dry – detergent* – press dry – lukewarm water – press dry
IWater – press dry – detergent* – press dry – detergent* – press dry – water – press dry
JSeek assistance of a professional carpet cleaner

* Detergent = 1 teaspoon clear dishwashing liquid to 1 cup warm water
* Vinegar = undiluted vinegar
* Ammonia = household ammonia, undiluted

AsphaltALipstickA & J
BeerBMake up (foundation)A
BerriesBMascaraA
BloodCMayonnaiseC
ButterAMercurochromeD
CandyBMilkC
CheeseCMixed drinks (alcoholic)B
Chewing gumFMustardI & J
ChocolateCNail polishG
Cooking oilAPaint (latex)D
CoffeeBPaint (oil)A & J
Cough syrupDRustB
CrayonASauce (tomato)C
DirtCShoe polishA & J
DyeJSoft drinkB & J
EggC & JStarchC
ExcrementCTarA
Fruit JuiceBTeaB
Furniture polishAToothpasteC
Glue (hobby)ATypewriter ribbonA
Glue (white)CUrine (fresh or dry)D
GravyAVarnishA
Ice CreamCVaselineA
Ink (ballpoint, felt pen)AVomitH
Ink (permanent)AWax (candle)F
Ink (fountain pen)EWine (red)I &C
LacquerAWine (white)B

This table is a guide only to remove some common household stains. Remedies are recommendations only and the removal of these stains may not be complete. Seek professional assistance if stain removal is unsuccessful.